Ontario's Invading Species Awareness Program aims to increase public attention to the dangers of invasive plants, animals, and micro-organisms.
Below are two examples of invasive plants that can be particularly harmful.
Wilderness First Aid is a two-day introduction to general medical concepts and basic life support skills. It is targeted to those who are required to conduct work in remote wildness settings and outdoor enthusiasts that spend time in the wilderness for leisure.
Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG) introduces participants to the TDG Act and regulations. Learners will be taught the requirements for receiving, handling, transporting and shipping dangerous goods, as well as the appropriate response in emergency situations such as spills or accidents.
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Wild parsnip is an invasive plant commonly found in Canada that has been known to cause severe burns. The roots are edible, but the sap of the plant can cause blisters and severe burns when mixed with sun exposure.